A Safe and Flood-Free Community in Butuan City

From Cagayan to Butuan

For the past 21 years (since 1994) we have been developing several properties and houses in Cagayan de Oro to accommodate the city’s ever-growing population. Since we have been here for a considerable amount of time, our projects in the city have come to be quite well-known among the residents.

These said housing projects are none other than Xavier Estates, Ventura Residences, and Teakwood Hills, all sharing the features of being a safe and well-groomed residential community. The success of our Cagayan de Oro projects then motivated us into doing more projects, and this time, we took them outside of the city.

We have situated housing development projects in different provinces and regions in Mindanao, one of them is the Caraga Region. Our housing subdivision development project in the said region can be found in one of its highly urbanized cities, Butuan City.

Butuan is known to be the regional center of the Caraga Region, and according to the 2010 census, has a population of 309,709 people. Of course, in the year 2015, we can expect the population to be higher.

Living in the Highlands

Butuan City is one of the great places in Mindanao to settle down and maybe even start a family of your own. Then if you are thinking of living in a residential community similar to Xavier Estates or the other subdivisions in Cagayan de Oro, we have something that is equally great!

Our Butuan residential subdivision, West Highlands, is the city’s first high-end, luxury subdivision. It is situated in Barangay Bonbon, and most lots can range from 180-323 square meters.

West Highlands, like Xavier Estates, is placed at an uptown location in the city as it has an overlooking view of Butuan. However, despite its location, West Highlands is actually only a 5km drive to all major establishments, allowing it to be quite a convenient location.

Butuan City in itself is filled with fun activities and popular tourist attractions, some of the many festivals celebrated in this city are the Butwaan Festival, Adlaw Hong Butuan, etc. Its popular tourist attractions include the Agusan River, “the widest and most navigable river in Mindanao”; and Bood Promontory Eco Park, a “historic hill that is believed to have been the site where Magellan and his men celebrated the first Catholic Mass on Philippine soil.”

Apart from the many fun activities in Butuan City, here are some reasons why West Highlands can be your ideal home:

  • Perfect for golf enthusiasts. Anyone who is fond of golf may have always dreamed of having a house on a golf course. That dream can become a reality in West Highlands, which has a 9-hole golf course! It is actually the first subdivision in Butuan City to have such a facility, potentially making it a dream come true for golf fans in the city. Having a house here means you do not necessarily have to travel very far to play a nice game of golf!
  • Well-secured community. The safety of the residents is always a high priority to us for all of our housing projects, especially West Highlands. This is why we impose strict security measures 24 hours a day. No one can simply just waltz into West Highlands without a proper ID, and a verified invitation by a resident from the community.
  • It is free of floods. Again pertaining to the safety of our residents, we made sure that we built West Highlands on a place that is free of floods. In fact, it is even nestled on an elevation that is 298 feet above sea level. At West Highlands, you will not have to worry about floods, because you are in a place that is high enough and completely safe.

Getting the Most out of Quality Living

For those interested in experiencing quality living in a residential community that is flood-free, safe, and has a golf course, you can contact us at A Brown Company. Just visit our website at www.abrown.ph or give us a call at +63 88 851-5873.

Whether you want to start living in West Highlands or any of our properties, let us know and we will help you out!


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